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Kirsten Tompkins

UK&I Market Analyst and Commentator, Turnaround and Restructuring Strategy, Ernst & Young LLP

Market analyst and blogger for Turnaround and Restructuring. Passionate about the role of sport to break down barriers and improve lives. Helps to run a local cricket club.

Kirsten is the lead author and market analyst for EY’s UK&I Turnaround and Restructuring practice. She is the co-ordinating editor and data analyst for EY’s Quarterly Profit Warning Analysis and both originator and editor of the Capital Agenda Blog.

Kirsten previously managed EY’s Centre for Business Knowledge Team in Birmingham and worked as a researcher for transaction advisory teams, specialising in the chemicals and automotive sectors.

Kirsten has a masters degree in Information Science from Loughborough University and a Bachelor of Arts with honours in History from the University of Sheffield.

How Kirsten is building a better working world

“In uncertain times, it’s more vital than ever that we invest time understanding the way our world is changing and thinking about how we can all respond to help preserve and build long-term value.

I work with my EY colleagues to identify and analyse emerging issues within capital markets and companies, publishing accessible content on platforms that are available to all. By developing open content, I aim to create a broad and inclusive discussion around how we can create a better working world.

I am especially proud of how I have developed EY’s Profit Warning Analysis, creating market leading insight that is used across corporate, financial, educational and government sectors.”

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